Health care. Two words that stir passions and causes discussions. Author Shannon Brownlee is one woman who believes health care in America needs fixing and she's taking it upon herself to make the change.
To celebrate his wife's one-year cancer-free anniversary, John Hall hopped on his bike and pedaled 12,000 miles to raise money and awareness about breast cancer.
Know Your Breast Cancer Risk
Despite its high profile, hundreds of thousands of women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. Dr. John Langdon tells you what you need to know now to improve your chances of survival.
The winds roar and the waves crash almost sinking me
"God is our refuge and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble. So we will not fear when earthquakes come and the mountains crumble into the sea. Let the oceans roar and foam. Let the mountains tremble as the waters surge!" Psalm 46:1-3 (NLT)
Over the past two years I have felt many times that my ship was sinking. Sometimes, I thought there was a hole in our sail, or water was seeping...
A Man Who Loves So Much - My Dad
My dad.... Caring, loving, and gives his heart to every person he comes across. He leads with his heart. Over the years, as a family we have endured pain, but something always shines through - the love. Family is everything... That is what my dad has taught me. My dad grew up with a single mom, he lost his father when he was 5 years old. It is hard to imagine losing a father that...
Bra-Ha-Ha: Funny Name, Serious Good
Bra-ha-ha is an event that allows breast cancer survivors and supporters to express themselves and even find the humor in breast cancer. See how something so funny can do some serious good.
The P Word: Breaking the Silence on Prostate Cancer
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, so where are all the blue ribbons? Cancer survivor and cartoonist Sherman Goodrich is taking an honest, and sometimes funny, look at something few men want to discuss.
Confronting Cancer Part 1: Meet Meg
Fit, feisty and full of life, Meg Gaffney is one more thing -- the face of breast cancer. The path Meg has chosen for treatment is not for everyone; in fact, she's doing something no one has done before. This is the first in a series of exclusive reports.
Surviving and Thriving
When news anchor Wendy Chioji was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2001, her struggle was closely followed by thousands. Six years later, Wendy is a relentless fundraiser, inspirational spokesperson and fearless competitor.